Periodontal disease is an inflammatory condition of gums and teeth adjunct tissues, due to unusually high presence of bacterial numbers as well as tartar buildup.
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There's a warm, happy feeling you experience when you give a home to an animal that others overlook. You get that feeling every time they look into your eyes.
Sterilization campaigns address the over-population problem.
People living on the fringe of society get help to keep their dogs with them.
Working with a number of organizations in La Paz to help deliver food to people in need.
Dog Food Program launched to help families feed their dogs during the Covid-19 lock-down.
Six dogs. 10 pilots, 1000+ miles of driving. The mission: Get adopted dogs from La Paz, Mexico to their new homes in the midst of a pandemic.
#GivingTuesdayNow is a global day of giving and unity that will take place on May 5, 2020 as an emergency response to the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19. People around the world can stand together and use their power of generosity to make a difference.
What’s in a name? For a new dog parent like yourself, it can be a symbol of your dog’s new identity and new life with you.
Adapted from The Dog Saving Network, this is an excellent guide for to understand why rescuing is more than simply getting a dog off the street and out of immediate danger.
Kennel cough common in certain seasons of the year like the rainy season or the cold season, due to the stress that weather changes produce in the immune system.
This common, contagious disease affects many dogs in La Paz. In México, over 10% of dogs have TVT and worldwide its frequency varies from < 1% to 20%.
by Sara Kent, Shelter Outreach Direction at Petfinder.com. The first few days in your home are special and critical for a pet. Read these simple tips set you and your new dog up for success.
Estimates of stray dogs in La Paz is over 15,000! Life span of these dogs is no longer than 5 years; they wear their teeth short by chewing on sand to try to fill their bellies.
Baja Dogs volunteers, Daniela and her daughter Juliana, interview with a local La Paz radio station to talk about Baja Dogs and what we do.
Spend any time at all in Baja and you see them: trotting alongside the highway, roaming the streets of Baja’s cities and towns, even waiting patiently for a traffic light to change before crossing a busy intersection.